[Discussion] skip continued... [was: Getting a skip]
Mr. C K
spielburg99 at gmail.com
Mon Jan 23 11:42:42 NZDT 2012
Put as much as possible in the regular bin/recycle bins. If we limit the
number of waste bins inside the space. Keep on top of it. It shouldnt
create a problem in future. Larger items can be cut up . Problems start
whe we "store stuff to chuck out later". Ck
On Jan 23, 2012 11:03 AM, "Cheng Eu Chew" <renedox at gmail.com> wrote:
> Or tomorrow night, which ever the case may be -.-"
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> On 23 January 2012 11:02, Cheng Eu Chew <renedox at gmail.com> wrote:
> > I suggest this be discussed at the meeting tonight.
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> > On 23 January 2012 10:58, Jaco van der Merwe - Workshop Enterprises
> > Ltd. <workshop.enterprises at gmail.com> wrote:
> >>> I did suggest throwing it away along with the skip to Robin yesterday
> >>> - if it is to be used as a DIY skip, how do we dispose of the contents
> >>> once filled? Does it open ourselves to random people off the street
> >>> dumping more stuff on us?
> >> My thinking is that we place it out back, by the "garden"/mural.
> >> It & it's contents can remain outside, behind lock & key
> >> We can us it to dispose of crap & keep the space a lot cleaner/tidier, &
> >> then sort & dispose of the contents once/twice a year (as we can afford
> >> a skip).
> >> That way we don't leave crap be until we get a skip again & end up in
> >> the same situation we are now.
> >> I don't think there will be any escaping the fact that there will be
> >> crap accumulating (as it has, despite our best efforts) - at least in
> >> this way it's a bit more manageable.
> >> That's my thinking at least.
> >> - J
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